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2016 Call Abrir Cerrar

In 2008 “la Caixa” Foundation launched a scholarship programme to offer interdisciplinary training and research opportunities to outstanding young graduate students of any nationality to pursue a PhD project at the Spanish National Cancer Research Centre (CNIO).

Students who gain a place in this last call of the programme obtain full financial support during the four years of the scholarship.

The following five students have obtained one of the 2 available fellowships in the 2016 call of the programme:

Final list of successful candidates

  • Name: Matía García, Verónica
    University of origin Universidad de Alcalá, Alcalá de Henares, España
    Group at the CNIO (Programme): Brain Tumour (CCB)
  • Name: Zhu, Lucía
    University of origin Universidad Pablo de Olavide, Sevilla, España
    Group at the CNIO (Programme): Brain Metastasis (MO)

For further information on this programme and on the different research programmes and groups at the CNIO, please follow the links below:

Annual Report

2015 Call Abrir Cerrar

In 2008 “la Caixa” Foundation launched a scholarship programme to offer interdisciplinary training and research opportunities to outstanding young graduate students of any nationality to pursue a PhD project at the Spanish National Cancer Research Centre (CNIO).

Students who gain a place in this last call of the programme obtain full financial support during the four years of the scholarship.

The following five students have obtained one of the 2 available fellowships in the 2015 call of the programme:

Final list of successful candidates

  • Name: Miguel Rovira del Olmo
    University of origin: Autonoma University of Madrid, Spain
    Group at the CNIO (Programme): Telomeres and Telomerase (MO)
  • Name: Lucía Robado de Lope
    University of origin: University of Alcala, Alcala de Henares, Spain
    Group at the CNIO (Programme): Microenvironment and Metastasis (MO)

For further information, please contact our Education and Training Programmes Officer, Juan R. Molina, at: phd@cnio.es

2014 Call Abrir Cerrar

n 2008 “la Caixa” Foundation launched a scholarship programme to offer interdisciplinary training and research opportunities to outstanding young graduate students of any nationality to pursue a PhD project at the Spanish National Cancer Research Centre (CNIO).

Students who gain a place in this new programme obtain full financial support during the four years of the scholarship.

The following four students have obtained one of the available fellowships in the 2014 call of the programme:

Final list of successful candidates

  • Name: Leire Bejarano Bosque
    University of origin: University of Salamanca, Spain
    Group at the CNIO (Programme): Telomeres and Telomerase (MO)
  • Name: Dafni Chondronasiou
    University of origin: Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece
    Group at the CNIO (Programme): Tumour Suppression (MO)
  • Name: Lucía Teresa Díez Córdova
    University of origin:Complutense University of Madrid, Spain
    Group at the CNIO (Programme): Genes, Development and Disease (CCB)
  • Name: Maria Riagu de Llobet
    University of origin: Pompeu Fabra University, Barcelona, Spain
    Group at the CNIO (Programme): Structural Computational Biology (SBB)

For further information, please contact our Education and Training Programmes Officer, Juan R. Molina, at:phd@cnio.es

2013 Call Abrir Cerrar

In 2008 “la Caixa” Foundation launched a scholarship programme to offer interdisciplinary training and research opportunities to outstanding young graduate students of any nationality to pursue a PhD project at the Spanish National Cancer Research Centre (CNIO).

Students who gain a place in this new programme obtain full financial support during the four years of the scholarship.

The following five students have obtained one of the available fellowships in the 2013 call of the programme:

Final list of successful candidates

  • Name: Ana Filipa Batalha Martins
    University of origin: University of Lisbon, Portugal
    Group at the CNIO (Programme): Cell Division and Cancer (MO)
  • Name: Aleksandar Kojic
    University of origin: University of Belgrade, Serbia
    Group at the CNIO (Programme): Chromosome Dynamics (MO)
  • Name: Beatriz Paumard Hernández University of origin: Autonoma University of Madrid, Spain Group at the CNIO (Programme): Human Genetics (HCG)
  • Name: Alejandra Tavera Tapia
    University of origin: National Polytechnic Institute, Mexico DF, Mexico
    Group at the CNIO (Programme): Stem Cells and Cancer (MP)
  • Name: José Vicente Velázquez Ruiz
    University of origin: Francisco de Vitoria University, Madrid, Spain
    Group at the CNIO (Programme): Cell Signalling and Adhesion (SBB)

For further information, please contact our Education and Training Programmes Officer, Juan R. Molina, at: phd@cnio.es

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